Scotland Great British Buildings

Edinburgh Castle. Credit: Visit Britain

Wherever you walk in Edinburgh, whether it’s down a medieval cobbled street in the Old Town or around one of the gorgeous Georgian crescents...

Vicky SartainScotland is home to an assortment of spellbinding fortresses, but Glamis Castle – a spectacular multi turreted affair lying at the foot of...

Built over three centuries, the grand Leith Hall sits at the centre of a 286-acre estate including 6 acres of gardens filled with flowering...

Vicky SartainThe impressive hilltop fortress at Stirling has been a symbol of Scottish national pride for hundreds of years. The Royal Court here once...

Eilean Donan

Standing on the shores of Loch Duich, close to the point where it meets two more sea lochs (Long and Alsh) on the remote...

Just off the west coast of Scotland, the tiny and remote Hebredian island of Iona is home to one of Scotland’s most historic sites....

Balmoral is, of course, the Scottish home of the British royal family and has been ever since Queen Victoria and her consort Prince Albert...

Vicky SartainMount Stuart, on the picturesque Isle of Bute, off the west coast of Scotland, is simply astounding. Behind its Victorian gothic exterior, this...

Vicky SartainRobert Burns Birthplace Museum is a chance to really get to know Scotland’s favourite son. The museum site is centred around Burns Cottage,...

One of Scotland’s oldest inhabited houses and the most northerly of its great castles, Dunrobin Castle’s keep dates from 1300; the exterior romantically remodelled...